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    Why do polish people seem to wear trackies way more than other groups, do they just consider it fashionable or what? Also before anyone calls me racist I voted REMAIN. Also while I'm here I may as well ask you brexiteers why you hate polish people when they dress the exact same as you.
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    i dnt know what polish people u know

    but the ones i know don't wear tracksuits.
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    How long is a piece of string?
    How long is a queue?
    how long till we want to rejoin the eu and also invite romanians to live next to us and divorce a german?
    How long is too long?

    These are just a few of the questions which we will never know the answer to.....
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    franchement je ne sais pas et je m'en fiche
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    Solid reasoning for defending yourself against being called a racist.
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    Not stereotypical at all.
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    Probably similar to this answer.

    Poland is also colder and poorer than the UK. But yes, it's essentially a culturally ingrained fashion statement.
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    Because tracksuits are more comfortable...? Also voting remain doesn't automatically mean you aren't racist. Love the logic
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    Polish people I know don't.
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    Because they're either poorer on average or work in manual labour which requires a change of clothes before/after (lots of builders going home from work wear trackies)
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    obligatory squatting slav


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    It's all that running from the commies. Gotta be prepared

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    I'm not Polish and I wear tracksuits!

    They're really comfy so why shouldn't I??
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    (Original post by JohnGreek)
    Because they're either poorer on average or work in manual labour which requires a change of clothes before/after (lots of builders going home from work wear trackies)
    this

    and the ones I know can attest to this..in Polish

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    obligatory squatting slav


    beat me to it but the socioeconomic reasoning behind it is factual
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    this

    and the ones I know can attest to this..in Polish

    beat me to it but the socioeconomic reasoning behind it is factual
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